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NORNOR-16Trondheim

Sverresborg

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Byåsbakken:

K-Point: 48 m

Larsbakken:

K-Point: 25 m
Further jumps: K12
Further jumps: K5
Plastic matting: no
Status: operating
Ski club: Byåsen IL

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History:

Sverresborg is a suburb of Trondheim and there many youth jumpers from the city are practising. Among others in 1980’s the former ski flying world record holder and world champion Tommy Ingebrigtsen started his career there. The four ski jump of Byåsen IL, who also runs on the ski jumping hills at Granåsen and in Høgåsen, are in a very good shape and frequently used every winter.

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1)   Per Erik Kvam   wrote on 2011-08-31 at 23:49:

Hello
Some suggested corrections:
These hills are the hills of Byaaasen Skiklub, which is a different club than Byåsen IL. The web site of Byaasen Skiklub is www.bskski.no.
In total we have five hills in this area, all of them are commonly referred to as Byåsbakken.
Byåsbakken: K48
25 m hill: K25
Larsbakken: K12
8 m hill: K8 (new 2010)
5 m hill: K5 (new 2010)

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